Tag Archives: time management
Time Management Tuesday: Shaina’s Top 10
*** NE4H.com is excited to post this special guest blogger entry from Shaina Spann, Baker County 4-H Agent*** The Top Ten Things an Extension Agent Needs: 1. A Planner (or three) a. Happy Planner from Michael’s. Fun to decorate and … Continue reading
Curb Your Stress- NOW!
Fun fact: Extension can be stressful. I know- you’re shocked! Dismayed perhaps. The reality is some of the stress is very real, and some is really self-driven. I guess what I’m trying to say is- folks, sometimes we just do … Continue reading
BEHOLD- The Power of Project Days!
Last week we discussed planning the new 4-H year, but frankly the best laid plans can quickly go astray. Why? If you are like me, other “stuff” can quickly eat up the time you need to create good work… if … Continue reading
FREE Franklin Covey Resources
If you have done any research into time management and productivity strategies, you likely have heard of the FranklinCovey organization. FranklinCovey is a provider of time management training and assessment services for organizations and individuals. Among many, they are best … Continue reading
A Holistic Look at Your Weekly Schedule
Thanks to Becky for sharing this week’s resource: How to Do it All in 40 Hours by Laura Vanderkam. Ms. Vandekam advocates in her blog post for divvying up your week among a healthy variety of people-oriented vs. task-oriented tasks, as … Continue reading
Your Monday Morning Productivity Boost
So many time management models, so little time! Sometimes we are overwhelmed by the sheer amount of tools available. Too much information, too little time to process. Enter the infographic below. This visual outlines a few of the most popular … Continue reading
Workaholics vs. High Performers
Thanks to Jessica for sharing this article outlining the differences between high performers and workaholics: 4 Subtle Differences Between Workaholics and High Performers
Breaks to Prevent Burn Out
Thanks to Neva for sharing this great article from Harvard Business Review: Schedule a 15 Minute Break Before You Burn Out
REPOST: Choosing With Tasks to Drop!
Might I say I’ve been a bit on edge lately? Too much to do, coupled with too little time to do it, makes Stacey an ill-tempered human (more than usual). Lately, I’ve had more than my fair share, and it’s … Continue reading
Why No One Is Reading Your Emails
Email overload is a problem, no denying that fact. However, what if WE are the ones causing the problem? The sender of an email has great power; power to communicate a message clearly and concisely, or contrastingly power to confuse and complicate … Continue reading